عنوان مقاله [English]
Knowledge has three characteristics: honest, justified, and believable. Achieving these features depends on supporting resources; for example, in mysticism, the heart and intuition support mystical revelations and make them believable for the revealer and witness. It seems that the uniqueness of the support of knowledge obtained from mystical revelations depends on the two sources of the heart and intuition, which benefit the people of revelation, while Islamic mysticism has capacities from which mystical education can be extracted for all classes. The diversity of mystical education audiences with different talents and abilities requires a variety of sources to support education propositions. These propositions are the same fundamental infrastructures that are extracted from ontology, cosmology, and anthropology of theoretical mysticism under the title of "Fundamentals of Mystical Education". This article, while briefly introducing mystical education and emphasizing the role of the heart and intuition, suggests reason, revelation, sensory perception, memory, and introspection for supporting the propositions of mystical education. Epistemology in mystical education is independent of different definitions in terms of ontology and narration, and therefore considers knowledge to be possible and to have elements and value.